Seminar on "A universality class of discrete-time quantum walks on some graphs" given by Prof. Norio KONNO


Wednesday, April 24, 2013 - 10:00 to 11:00


Seminar Room C209, Center Bldg.



Dear All,

Quantum Systems Unit (Busch Unit) would like to invite you a seminar by Prof. Norio KONNO

Date: Wednesday, April 24th
Time: 10:00-11:00
Venue: Seminar Room C209, Center Bldg.

Speaker:  Prof. Norio KONNO
Affiliation: Yokohama National University
Title: A universality class of discrete-time quantum walks on some graphs
The quantum walk (QW) can be considered as a counterpart of the classical random walk (RW), see [1,2], for example.
In contrast with the diffusion spreading of the RW, the QW has two specific properties, i.e., localization and ballistic spreading.
In this talk, I consider a universality class of QWs on graphs [3].

[1] N. Konno (2008), Quantum walks, Lecture Notes in Mathematics, Vol.1954, Springer, pp.309-452.
[2] S. E. Venegas-Andraca (2012), Quantum walks: a comprehensive review, Quantum Information Processing, Vol.11, pp.1015-1106
[3] N. Konno, T. Luczak, and E. Segawa (2013), Limit measures of inhomogeneous discrete-time quantum walks in one dimension, Quantum Information Processing, Vol.12, pp.33-53.

We look forward to seeing many of you.



Sawako Koki
Quantum Systems Unit

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